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Baltimore Orioles 8 Tampa Bay Rays 7

+ Boxscore: Sun, September 05,2010
2010-09-04 - 2010-09-06
  123 456 789  R H E
Tampa Bay Rays (80-56)001 004 200 7111
Baltimore Orioles (55-82)202 004 00X 8101
Date of Game: Sun, September 05,2010
Stadium: Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Attendance: 28,268
Time of Game: 3:16

Winning Pitcher: Alfredo Simon (4-2)
Losing Pitcher: Dan Wheeler (2-2)
Save: Koji Uehara (6)

Home Runs: Rocco Baldelli (1), Evan Longoria (20), Corey Patterson (8), B.J. Upton (14), Ben Zobrist (8)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
TBA8056.588--674534140L2
BOS7661.5554.568262161L3
NYA7562.5475.5743560183L1
TOR7165.5229.063560233W1
BAL5582.40125.5514698-184W2
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